Share nature with children! On weekday mornings in the spring and fall, volunteer guides lead nature discovery activities, tell stories, and play games while taking small groups of K-6th graders on school nature walks through the Whilamut Natural Area of Alton Baker Park.
No experience is necessary; training covers everything from natural history to storytelling to teaching techniques. Guides commit to leading one walk per week (two-three hours) for one season at a time. Training happens in March-April and September. Check out our Overview of the program and come to our next orientation — scheduled for September 10, 6:30-8 pm at the Eugene Public Library — to learn more. Also check out our training calendar for Fall 2019!